On Instagram, the American artist Giulia, aka @scientwehst, amuses herself by circumventing censorship with highly suggestive collages, mixing female bodies and photographs of architecture. An amazing encounter between the flesh and the concrete, between the organic and the mineral, which makes us discover a seductive facet of the world that surrounds us while denouncing the strict policies of censorship of the social networks.
Chinese artist Luo Li Rong creates life-size bronze sculptures of women inspired by Renaissance and Baroque sculpting techniques. Her figures are usually captured in motion, often with their dresses or garments seemingly fluttering in the breeze around them, and the artist’s painstaking attention to detail ensures that every crease and fold is precisely where it should be.
For the last 40 years, Kim Tschang-Yeul has focussed on painting water drops on his canvasses, and the results are completely awe inspiring. He is considered the artist that inspired monochromatic painting as well as one of the most influential Korean masters in the contemporary art in the West.
The artist Lisa Lloyd needs nothing more than a few sheets of colorful paper and scissors to express her vision. No matter whether a chameleon, a colorful bird or a bouquet of flowers – the British artist manages to conjure the most diverse objects from paper. By doing so, she either makes them as realistic as possible or puts on a playful spin on their appearance.
Mmmh, ice cream with sugary sprinkles and fruity swirls! That is one might first think of when you just take a quick glance at the pictures. But actually it turns out that these are brushes dipped in vibrant colors. As part of an ongoing project titled “Ice Cream,” Portuguese visual artist José Lourenço photographs swirls of thick paint atop brushes.